Obituary of Daniel John Sierra
Daniel John Sierra - son, husband, father, brother and friend - passed away on October 20th, 2022 at the age of 51 in Oroville, California
Daniel was born to Ramon and Marianne Sierra in Ukiah, California. He graduated from Ukiah High School before working at Quality Flooring for 4 years. Shortly after, Daniel met the love of his life, Susie Wilcoxson, and they spent 30 years together as they built their family. They married in Lucerne, CA in 1992 and raised their children together.
Through the years, Daniel enjoyed golfing with his brothers, listening to music, hiking and making friends wherever he went with his infectious smile and kind-hearted demeanor. He spent 25 years as a Flooring Contractor working in the bay area and throughout Butte County. In more recent years, Daniel preferred a quieter life close to nature, spending much of his time with his dog, Bear, and collecting and gathing his favorite rocks, gems and stones.
Daniel was preceded in death by his father Ramon, and his sister Gabrielle. He is survived by his wife, Susie of Oroville, California, their children Cody Sierra and Felicia Sierra of Oroville, California. Three grandchildren, his mother Marianne Sierra of Oroville, California, his sister, Elizabeth Sanchez, of Eugene, Oregon, and his brothers, Anthony Sierra and David Blair of Oroville, California, and Jason Sierra, of Ukiah, California, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorial Services will be held at:
Ramsey Funeral Home
1175 Robinson Street, Oroville, California
on November 19th, 2022 at 1:00 pm
with a Celebration of Life to Follow.
All arrangements are entrusted to Oroville Funeral Home (530)533-0323.
Ramsey Funeral Home
1175 Robinson St.
Tel (530) 534-3877
Fax (530) 534-6238
Oroville Funeral Home
1454 Montgomery St.
Tel (530) 533-0323
Fax (530) 533-0822
Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel
679 Ohio St.
Tel (530) 846-2138
Fax (530) 846-2897
At Ramsey Funeral Homes, our focus is to help the living successfully navigate the Acute Loss Period, the crucial time between the event of death and the onset of grief.